Category: Evening News

Former CCJ Employee Wants Court’s Restructuring to be Subjected to Public Scrutiny

The former Acting Registrar of the Caribbean Court of Justice, CCJ, Dr. Leighton Jackson, says the court’s restructuring should be subject to public scrutiny. The...

Environmental Mismanagement Responsible for Increase in Bush Fires, Environmentalist

Environmentalist Peter Espeut says the recent increase in the number of bush fires and the drought currently crippling the country, are the consequences of decades of...

Portland Disposal Site on Fire

The National Solid Waste Management Authority, NSWMA, says a section of the Doctor’s Wood Disposal Site in Buff Bay, Portland is on fire. In a statement last this...

AUDIO: Bush Fires Caused Significant Damage in East Rural St. Andrew, MP Says

Member of Parliament for East Rural St. Andrew, Damion Crawford, says bush fires which have been raging in the constituency over the past four days, have caused...

New Report to be Published Linking Sex Shops AND Massage Parlours

A report on the link between the activities at sex shops or massage parlours with human trafficking, should be out by the end of this month. The Anti-Trafficking in...

AUDIO: Holness Insists the JLP Speak With One Voice

Opposition Leader Andrew Holness says the JLP must endeavour to speak with one voice as it prepares for battle in the next local government and general elections....

World Bank Approves $6B Loan to Boost Jamaica’s Business Climate

The World Bank has approved a $50US million or approximately $6 billion Jamaican dollar loan to new and existing local businesses. The loan will become repayable after...

EXCLUSIVE: School Boy Richie’s Indictment Documents

Prominent former Jamaican police corporal, Errol Richards is in custody in the United States. Richards, who’s also called ‘School Boy Richie’, is...

Samuda Speaks Out Against Critics Following Rift Over EWI

Opposition Spokesman on Energy, Karl Samuda, has responded to criticism from within the Jamaica Labour Party, by stating that he did not challenge a stance outlined by...

Gov’t to Amend Controversial Tax Collections Act

The government today announced that it would be amending the Tax Collections Miscellaneous Provisions Act, passed by the Lower House of Parliament this week. The...